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2011.04.21 14:17, sophie rašė:
On 21/04/2011 11:27, Florian Effenberger wrote: wrote on 2011-04-21 09.35:
I am trying to contribute to the Arabic translation of LibreOffice, however I cannot save any changes that I make. I have created an account here and can log in to start to edit strings, but there is no way to save them. When I click "next" the change is lost.

Any ideas?

You need to have rights to be able to save your changes. Please ask the persons listed on this table, they are admins of your language and can give you the corresponding rights.

This is mentioned as point 4 of "How to start" on our Pootle home page:

| 4. Get the necessary permissions from the leads of your language project (contact the list below if the project does not exist or its lead is not specified)

However, the situation we're in is a bit weird. Our Language Teams wiki page says that the lead for Arabic is Benmohamed Ayoub, but the only user with access to Arabic is El Achèche Anis (both cc'ed). Is this expected?

Marwan, I've just granted you the rights to suggest translations, but these will have to be reviewed and accepted/rejected by El Achèche Anis. If he doesn't mind though, he (or I) can grant you more rights.


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